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A Grandmother’s Love

Sep 09, 2013

Yesterday, September 8th, commemorated National Grandparents Day.  In 1978, President Jimmy Carter proclaimed that this special day would be celebrated every year on the first Sunday after Labor Day as a way to honor their heritage and wisdom.  We, at Bethany, would like to dedicate this post to …

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I’m Pregnant, Now What?

Aug 19, 2013

At Bethany, we offer pregnancy counseling services to help expectant parents facing an unplanned pregnancy make an informed decision about what is best for themselves and for their baby. No matter which choice they make, it will be a life-changing one. Our goal is to inform expectant mothers and …

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Letting Go

May 06, 2013

As we celebrate Birthmother’s Day on May 11, we would like to honor all of the birthmothers who made the courageous decision to give life for their unborn child. Often, we think that holding on is what makes us strong. Sometimes, the greatest act of strength is letting go. When 17-year-old Taylor …

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Every Child Podcast, with Roland Warren

Mar 04, 2013

Every Child is a podcast from Bethany examining a variety of topics and issues relative to vulnerable children. From adoption and foster care to the introduction of sustainable social services in developing countries, Every Child features an informative discussion, led by Bethany’s President/CEO …

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I Wasn’t Saying Good-bye, I Was Saying “See You Later”

Jan 16, 2013

Sarah was 25 and had a 5-year-old son. She had just registered to go back to college, and she was about to move in with her new boyfriend. Then things fell apart—she had a one-night stand and got pregnant.“My first thought was to have an abortion and move on with life,” Sarah says. But she had …

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An Unexpected Joy

Jan 14, 2013

As we celebrate Sanctity of Human Life in January, we are pleased to be able to share a special guest post with you from a birthmother who chose life for her child.“What would you like your communication plan to be?”I blinked with confusion as I heard the words conveyed through my scratchy cell …

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Not Flesh of My Flesh, but Heart of My Heart

Dec 03, 2012

Guest post by adoptee and abortion survivor, Claire Culwell.Ever since I was little, I have known that having a family is a gift. You see, my sister, Rachel, and I are adopted. I don’t remember finding out I was adopted since my parents told us when we were very young. But we always knew our …

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